While tip-toeing through the internet, I came across Fantastical Food Fight. And, while I’m REALLY bad at timed anything, this really intrigued me. A dish is picked, make your own version, compare. I liked that.
And April’s theme … the BLT! Not that I think there’s anything you can do to a BLT to improve it. Bacon, mayonnaise,
bacon, lettuce, bacon, tomatoes, bacon, bread. But perhaps, just perhaps, there is another way to have a BLT.
Crispy pancetta, arugula and sun-dried tomatoes, some olive oil and balsamic vinegar, all tucked inside a ciabatta roll. Well, that works for me.
The arugula is from our garden. The sun-dried tomatoes too – the last jar from last summer.
You may find this shocking, but there really isn’t a recipe for this.
- Ciabatta roll or loaf
- Thinly sliced pancetta or prosciutto
- Sun-dried tomatoes
Heat oven to 425.
On a baking sheet, make a single layer of the pancetta or prosciutto. Should take about 10 – 15 minutes. Remove from oven and let cool.
Pile everything onto the ciabatta.
Drizzle with olive oil and balsamic vinegar. (I suggest a balsamic glaze or reduction)
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